Scottish fiddle music by the Cameron Brothers of Angus Scotland. See: www.raretunes.org
Keywords: Scottish; fiddle; Cameron; Honeyman's Fiddlers; Angus; Beltona
Downloads: 423 (1 review)
|Robert Browning - Robert Browning|
Robert Browning's 1888 Recording
Keywords: Robert Browning; 1888
Downloads: 936 (1 review)
|Carrie Nation in Kansas by Steve Porter (1901) - Steve Porter|
Carrie Nation in Kansas by Steve Porter (1901)
Keywords: Steve Porter
Downloads: 610 (1 review)
|the Duncan Sisters-01-09 - the Duncan Sisters|
1920s sister singers. in early movie talkies. they 'sign' each song at the end.
Keywords: roaring 1920s; 78 rpm
Downloads: 1,302 (1 review)
|Central American Marimba Band of Guatemala - Captain Betty 1917|
Keywords: 1917; popular music; acustic; edison cylinder
Downloads: 713 (1 review)
|Fred Van Eps - Pearl Of The Harem - Fred Van Eps|
Harry P. Guy composed "Pearl of the Harem", an "Oriental Two-Step", in 1901. The tune had been in circulation for over a decade when Fred Van Eps recorded his banjo version in June of 1911. It's a nice tune, and a very nice performance by Van Eps, with his old-fashioned, percussive playing style. From 78rpm disk.
Keywords: 78rpm; oldtime; ragtime; banjo
Downloads: 1,734 (1 review)
|Othello by Edwin Booth (1890) - Edwin Booth|
Othello by Edwin Booth (1890) Edwin Booth was the brother of John Wilkes Booth who assassinated Abraham Lincoln.
Keywords: Edwin Booth
Downloads: 2,361 (1 review)
|Chandu, The Magician|
Some 1939 episodes of "Chandu, The Magician" Files sourced from: Chandu, the Magician - Free OTR Shows
Keywords: Chandu The Magician; OTR; Old Time Radio
Downloads: 4,470 (1 review)
|You Don't Know Me - Cindy Walker and Eddy Arnold|
My own a capella rendition of this song. Best-known versions are by Elvis Presley and Ray Charles.
Keywords: You Don't Know Me
Downloads: 810 (1 review)
|Mills Brothers, Louis Armstrong - Marie (1940) - Mills Brothers, Louis Armstrong|
Keywords: 1940s; otr; radio
Downloads: 2,241 (1 review)
|McKinney's Cotton Pickers-Put It There (Shag Nasty) - McKinney's Cotton Pickers|
Recorded on July 11, 1928 in Chicago. The Cotton Pickers had a relatively brief history as a band, but were one of the premiere jazz bands of the late twenties while they lasted. At one time or another this band featured Don Redman, Benny Carter, Coleman Hawkins, Lonnie Johnson and Fats Waller among others.
Keywords: Music; Acoustic; Instrumental; Jazz; 78rpm
Downloads: 6,019 (2 reviews)
|Joe Venuti, -Harold Arlenl - LITTLE GIRL (1931) - venuti|
Keywords: 1930s; jazz; big band
Downloads: 922 (2 reviews)
|forbidden_dragon_despair_lovecraft - Marlo Dianne|
This a Forbidden Dragon recording. Read by Marlo Dianne.This is a live reading of the poem "Despair" by H.P. Lovecraft.
Keywords: lovecraft; hp lovecraft; h.p. lovecraft; despair; poem; poetry; live; forbidden dragon; marlo dianne
Downloads: 1,571 (2 reviews)
|That Girl Quartet - Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey 1911|
Keywords: 1910; popular music; acustic; edison cylinder
Downloads: 715 (2 reviews)
|Comedian Harmonists-31-40 - Comedian Harmonists|
The Beginning Their story began in 1927, when 20-year-old acting student Harry Frommermann put an ad in the Berlin newspaper Berliner Lokalanzeiger shortly after Christmas 1927 to found a singing group. The Comedian Harmonists were a German singing sensation of the 1920s and '30s. The elegant sextet, five vocalists and a pianist -- all dressed in tails, had a repertoire that encompassed many vocal styles, ranging from folk songs to sentimental hits accompanied by banter and even silliness on sta...
Keywords: German; 1920s; 1930s; 78rpm
Downloads: 3,498 (2 reviews)
|My Gal Sal - Madge Crichton|
Downloads: 2,222 (3 reviews)
|Dr Clarence Penney - Toots - Dr Clarence Penney|
Hot ragtime mandolin by Dr. Clarence Penney, "Toots - One-Step" was recorded on August 31, 1914. The piano accompaniment is by Felix Arndt, who also composed "Toots". Although banjo is the more usual instrument in ragtime recordings, the mandolin was also used, and this is a good example of the genre. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Music; Ragtime; 78rpm; Oldtime; Mandolin
Downloads: 6,946 (4 reviews)
|Harry McClintock-Hallelujah! I'm A Bum - Harry McClintock|
Recorded in 1926. This tune is a parody of an old Salvation Army tune called "Revive Us Again." It is often attributed to Wobbly organizer Joe Hill, however, Harry McClintock (aka Haywire Mac), who also was a member of the Industrial Workers of the World, has also claimed authorship. McClintock is best known for his recording of "Big Rock Candy Mountain."
Keywords: 78rpm; Folk; Country; Acoustic; Music
Downloads: 20,140 (5 reviews)
|Old MacDonald had a farm by Sam Patterson Trio (1926) - Sam Patterson Trio|
Old MacDonald had a farm by Sam Patterson Trio (1926)
Keywords: Sam Patterson Trio
Downloads: 13,012 (6 reviews)
|Dill Pickles Rag (Xylophone Solo) - William H. Reitz|
Downloads: 10,530 (5 reviews)
|I'm Henery The Eighth - Harry Champion|
Downloads: 21,386 (6 reviews)
|1400 AM RADIO Part 1 - Telephone Toughguy|
Cassette recording of a cordless phone thru an AM receiver tuned to 1400 AM. Major noise reduction and digital restoration...
Downloads: 2,939 (8 reviews)
|Zeppelin vs. Pterodactyls - Rob Northrup|
"This is the sort of genius project that makes me bless the Internet every day as the greatest invention in the history of mankind." - John Brownlee, AMC tv's Sci-Fi Scanner Blog. http://blogs.amctv.com/scifiscanner/2007/08/zeppelins-vs-pt.html One of the wacky ideas floated by Hammer Films in 1971 but never developed beyond a sweet poster was 'Zeppelin vs. Pterodactyls.' People have said it's tragic this movie was never made...
Keywords: zeppelin; pterodactyls; Hammer Films; Republic Pictures; cliffhanger; serial; serials; mashup
Downloads: 11,001 (7 reviews)
|1400 AM RADIO Part 2 - Telephone Toughguy|
Another cassette recording of a cordless phone over an AM radio tuned to 1400 in 1988
Keywords: am; radio; cordless; phone; call; voice; improv
Downloads: 42,472 (6 reviews)